Fuller House will premiere on Netflix next year, and the cast is getting ready to bring the Tanner family back to television. The revival will focus on D.J. Tanner, but she will not be alone. Several members of the original cast are returning to the series. In fact, the only cast members not returning are Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen.
People Magazine reported on Thursday that Warners Bros had recreated the home used on the series. The original home is still in San Francisco. Fans of the series still visit the structure, but this recreation looks just like the original.
Candace Cameron-Bure shared a photo of the home on her Instagram on Wednesday night.
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There is new casting news in connection to the series as well. Jodie Sweetin is returning to the series, but Stephanie will not be alone. Fans will see her childhood friend back in her life as well. Harry Takayama played a big role in Stephanie’s life during the second and third seasons of Full House. The pair did get married after all.
The Wrap reported that Michael Sun Lee will bring Harry to the series. He was not the original actor that brought Harry to the original series – that was Nathan Nishiguchi. Details about the character’s return were not revealed.
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